Permanent residence for extended family of former Afghan interpreters: About the updated public policy
This updated temporary public policy creates a pathway to permanent residence for extended family members of former Afghan interpreters. The former interpreters must have previously immigrated to Canada under the 2009 and 2012 public policies.
This public policy will accept applications for up to 5,000 people.
What your family member in Canada is expected to do
Your family member in Canada is expected to help you settle in Canada. Find out what we expect them to help you with.
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